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Regardless of education or training, racialized immigrant women earn less

By Stacey Fitzsimmons, Associate Professor of International Business, University of Victoria
Jen Baggs, Associate Professor, Economics, University of Victoria
Mary Yoko Brannen, Honorary Professor of International Business, Copenhagen Business School Professor Emerita San Jose State University, University of Victoria
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Racialized women immigrants still earn less than their peers on average even when well-qualified. It’s up to employers to remove employment barriers.

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